posted on Jun, 29 2013 @ 12:41 PM
I have been bring it up for a while. And this is what made me find it.
So I guess everybody knows George Zimmermans friend by now. Joe Oliver news anchor man from a local Orlando News Station. Well im sure you've heard
about him working with George Zimmerman after the Lawrence O'Donnell interview. Well that place they worked at was Digital Risk, LLC. Well I bring up
the name of the place because there is more to that story then people have found out about. Digital Risk, LLC is a mortgage fraud investigation
company. They do monitoring and survallence of mortgage companies for the government. Hell the Chairman of the company was at the White House last
week. He gave a speach at the White House Business Council in Washington D.C. And you wonder why Obama was asked about this case last week when he
said "If I had a son he would look like Treyvon. The media knew what they were asking. He probly just got done talking with the boss of George
Zimmerman and his propaganda freind Joe Oliver. So is this company more than what they seem? Are they also part of the Infragard? Is this company a
handler of George Zimmerman and Joe Oliver? Did Obama have there boss come in so he could ask what the hell happened with our guy down there in
Florida and what is all this propaganda and cover up crap?
Digital Risk, LLC goes to the White House. March 22
Obama: "If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon" March 23
Joe Oliver works at Digital Risk, LLC.
Lawrence O'Donnell interview.
On average, Digital Risk spends over $10,000 on training each employee to prevent fraud in the mortgage industry, including attaining licenses based
on the latest and most important regulations.
So who spends over $10,000 on training each employee besides the government or a government contractor?
Heres a article from a sister company of Digital Risk, LLC. Which shows some of the details of what the FBI and I guess the Treasury do with such
Cindi Dixon, CEO of Mela Capital Group, a mortgage quality control risk management firm, says the most common frauds continue to be income and
employment misrepresentation and occupancy fraud — where there is deception about whether a home is owner-occupied or an investment property.
However, over the last 12 to 18 months, she’s also seen trends in mortgage fraud emerge. They include land-title lien fraud, which involves liens
that are recorded fraudulently on properties and illegal transfers of ownership, and organized crime fraud, which involves organized fraud rings
purchasing properties under straw-buyers names and using the homes for crimes like drug and human trafficking and credit card manufacturing. False
identity use to purchase a home is also growing, she said.
Dixon thinks many of the frauds are driven by the market conditions.
"With economic downturns people struggle to maintain current income levels. This leads to new and creative ways of supplementing income and
exploiting the system for profit," she said.
This reminds me of the same scam Anonymous is used to promote. Anonymous is blamed for hacking credit cards from all over. Then you are told to
contact your credit card companies. They sign you up for credit card monitoring in order to protect your credit card for a small fee. Then that credit
card monitoring company sells the information to the government for a fee. You pay for your own government spying. And they use the same process used
by Facebook government database. Third party sales of information. The government is wanting to sale Facebook to the stockmarket so they don't have
to pay for the whole thg any more. They want to just buy third party for now on. Its cheaper.
And like I said earlier who pays over ten thousand dollars to train each and every employee besides the government?[